I hope you have had time to browse around my new website and blog. I’m hoping that the recipes I’m posting on my blog will help to inspire many of you to try your hand in the kitchen! Along the way, I will share little tips that will make the cooking easier or help you adjust the recipe to accommodate a particular dietary need. Please let me know how you like things in the comments section!
Last week, Slow Food Huntington’s screening of the movie Planeat, along with the vegan reception that followed, was a big hit! The movie is not only informative about the benefits of a plant based diet, both for one’s health and that of the planet, but it is a beautiful expose of what can be created in the kitchen, without the use of animal products. It is not just steamed vegetables and brown rice! We are talking “Four Star” creations, my friends!
As you all know, my radio show is now on Thursday mornings at 10am. My guests this week are Perryne Lokhandwala and Paula Lee Poy of PlayHarvest. PlayHarvest is a grassroots organization focused on harnessing the creative force of community-based design, the dynamic power of outdoor play, and the energizing benefits of locally grown foods to motivate kids to live healthier, more active lives. This is right up my alley, and I hope you can join us!
Next week, my guest will be David Orr, author of “Earth In Mind: On Education, Environment and the Human Prospect.” This was the first book I read in graduate school that inspired me to re-think how we are educating our children. You won’t want to miss this interview!
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For those of you celebrating Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, may your New Year and holiday be filled with the love of family, friends and community, and may it bring you good health, delicious clean food, and righteous prosperity for all. L’Shana Tova!
In peace and love,